Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)

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Professor Chris Nash

Research Professor

Room: 1.12
Email: C.A.Nash@its.leeds.ac.uk_
Research Group: Economics and Appraisal

Key Research Interests

  • rail transport
  • appraisal
  • transport pricing
  • externalities

Employment History

  • 2008 - present: Research Professor
  • 1989 - 2008: Professor of Transport Economics, University of Leeds
  • 1975 - 1989: British Rail Lecturer in Rail Transport, University of Leeds (promoted to Senior Lecturer with effect from October 1988)
  • 1971 - 74: Lecturer in Economics, University of Southampton. Lectured on transport economics, cost-benefit analysis and public sector economics

Education

  • BA in Economics (1st Class Honours)
  • PhD in Transport Economics
  • Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

 Professional Engagements

Prof Nash has acted as advisor to many bodies, including the European Commission High Level Group on Transport Infrastructure Charging, the European Union Committee of the House of Lords, the Transport Committee of the House of Commons and the Railways Group of the European Conference of Ministers of Transport. He is associate editor of the Journal of Rail Transport Planning and Management, a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Transport Policy and Economics (of which he is a former editor), the South African Journal of Transportation and Supply Chain Management, the International Journal of Transport Economics and of the International Journal of Green Economics.

Research Projects and Experience (selected)

  • 2000-2: Unification of Marginal Costs and Transport Accounts for Transport Efficiency (UNITE) (European Commission)
  • 2001-2: ((with M Wardman) Measuring Demand for an Integrated Inter-urban Public Transport Network (EPSRC)
  • 2001-3: Implementation of Pricing Reform – Transport (IMPRINT – EUROPE) (European Commission)
  • 2003-10: (with M Wardman)  Rail Research UK, ITS contribution to the Rail research Centre programme, focussing on rail costs and on strategic policy decisions(EPSRC)
  • 2004-5: Advice to ORR on Structure of Charges review (ORR)
  • 2005: Scoping study for scarcity charges (ORR)
  • 2005-8: (with B Matthews) Generalisation of research on Accounts and Cost Estimation (GRACE ) (European Commission)
  • 2008-9: Social costs of transport in China (Chinese Ministry of Railways)
  • 2008-9: Rail investment policy (World Bank)
  • 2009-10: Comparison of policies regarding rail passenger services in Britain, Sweden and Germany (VTI Sweden)
  • 2009-10: Competition in the passenger rail industry (SNCF, France),
  • 2011: On rail competition in the British passenger market (Office of Rail Regulation, Britain as subcontractors to MVA)
  • 2012: Full costs of road and rail transport (Community of European Railways, Brussels)
  • 2012: Vertical separation in railways (Community of European Railways, Brussels)
  • 2013: Economic incentives for innovation: a comparative study of the rail and aviation industries (Rail Safety and Standards Board, Britain).
  • 2011-2015: The Sustainable Freight Railway (European Commission)
  • 2014-5: Review of Track Access charges (subcontractor to STRATEC for the Belgian Ministry of Transport)
  • 2015-6; Korean Railway Investment and Operating System improvement Study (Korea Development Institute)  

Professor Nash’s teaching focussed on transport economics, public transport, project appraisal, and welfare economics. In recent years he has lectured on these subjects as visiting professor in the University of Sydney, Eurasian National University of Kazakhstan, University of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (Spain), Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona and University College Molde (Norway).

Papers

  • Liang XH; Tan KH; Whiteing A; Nash C; Johnson D (2016) Parcels and mail by high speed rail-A comparative analysis of Germany, France and China, Journal of Rail Transport Planning and Management, . doi: 10.1016/j.jrtpm.2016.04.003
  • Link H; Nash C; Ricci A; Shires J (2016) A generalized approach for measuring the marginal social costs of road transport in Europe, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 10, pp.105-119. doi: 10.1080/15568318.2013.861044
  • Mizutani F; Smith ASJ; Nash CA; Uranishi S (2014) Comparing the costs of vertical separation, integration, and intermediate organisational structures in European and East Asian railways, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 2014, .
  • Nash CA; Smith ASJ; van de Velde D; Mizutani F; Uranishi S (2014) Structural reforms in the railways: Incentive misalignment and cost implications, Research in Transportation Economics, 48, pp.16-23. doi: 10.1016/j.retrec.2014.09.027
  • Laird J; Nash C; Mackie P (2014) Transformational transport infrastructure: Cost-benefit analysis challenges, Town Planning Review, 85, pp.709-730. doi: 10.3828/tpr.2014.43
  • Johnson DH; Jackson J; Nash C (2013) The wider value of rural rail provision, Transport Policy, 29, pp.126-135. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2013.04.007
  • Merkert R; Nash CA (2013) Investigating European railway managers' perception of transaction costs at the train operation/infrastructure interface, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 54, pp.14-25. doi: 10.1016/j.tra.2013.07.014
  • Nash CA; Nilsson JE (2013) Comparing three models for introduction of competition into railways, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, .
  • Merkert R; Smith ASJ; Nash CA (2012) The measurement of transaction costs evidence from european railways, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 46, pp.349-365.
  • Jackson J; Johnson DH; Nash C (2012) On the Willingness to Pay for Rural Rail Service Level Changes, Research in Transportation Business & Management, 4, pp.104-113. doi: 10.1016/j.rtbm.2012.06.006
  • Nash CA (2011) High speed rail: what leads to economic success?, Chinese Review of Transport Economics and Logistics, 2, pp.60-86.
  • Smith ASJ; Wheat PE; Nash CA (2010) Exploring the effects of passenger rail franchising in Britain: Evidence from the first two rounds of franchising (1997-2008), Research in Transportation Economics, 29, pp.72-79. doi: 10.1016/j.retrec.2010.07.010
  • Sanchez-Borras M; Nash C; Abrantes P; Lopez-Pita A (2010) Rail access charges and the competitiveness of high speed trains, TRANSPORT POLICY, 17, pp.102-109. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2009.12.001
  • Merkert R; Smith ASJ; Nash CA (2010) Benchmarking of train operating firms - A transaction cost efficiency analysis, Transportation Planning and Technology, 33, pp.35-53. doi: 10.1080/03081060903429330
  • Adler N; Pels E; Nash CA (2010) High speed rail and air transport competition: Game engineering as tool for cost-benefit analysis, Transportation Research B, 44, pp.812-833.
  • Nash CA (2010) European rail reform and passenger services, Research in Transportation Economics, 29, pp.204-211.
  • Nash CA (2010) Workshop report: benchmarking the outcome of competitive tendering, Research in Tranpsortation Economics, 29, pp.6-10.
  • Nash CA (2010) Policy instruments for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transport in Europe, International Journal of Green Economics, 4, pp.170-182.
  • Nash CA (2010) Current debates on the cost-benefit analysis of transport projects in Great Britain, Cuardernos Economicos, 80, pp.67-81.
  • Nash CA; Shires JD; Link H (2010) Quantification of marginal social costs of road transport: what are the main components?, Transport and Sustainability, 79, pp.13-38. doi: 10.3790/vjh.79.2.13
  • Smith A; Nash C; Wheat P (2009) Passenger rail franchising in britain: Has it been a success?, International Journal of Transport Economics, 36, pp.33-62.
  • Laird JJ; Geurs K; Nash CA (2009) Option and non-use values and rail appraisal., Transport Policy, 16, pp.173-182. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2009.05.002
  • Nash CA (2009) Passenger Railway Reform in the Last 20 Years - European Experience Considered, research in Transportation Economics, 22, pp.61-70.
  • Johnson DH; Nash CA (2008) Charging for Scarce Rail Capacity in Britain: A Case Study, The Review of Network Economics, 7, pp.53-76. doi: 10.2202/1446-9022.1138
  • Alexandersson G; Nash C; Preston J (2008) Risk and Reward in Rail Contracting, Research in Transport Economics, 22, pp.31-35.
  • Nash CA (2007) Developments in transport policy: Road pricing in Britain, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 41, pp.135-147.
  • Johnson DH; Shires JD; Nash CA; Tyler J (2006) Forecasting and appraising the impact of a regular interval timetable, Transport Policy, 13, pp.349-366. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2006.01.001
  • Bickel P; Friedrich R; Link H; Stewart L; Nash CA (2006) Introducing environmental externalities into transport pricing - measurement and implications, Transport Reviews, 26, pp.389-415. doi: 10.1080/01441640600602039
  • Nash CA (2005) Rail infrastructure charges in Europe , Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 39, pp.259-278.
  • Nash C; Coulthard S; Matthews B (2004) Rail track charges in Great Britain - The issue of charging for capacity, Transport Policy, 11, pp.315-327. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2003.12.003
  • May AD; Bristow AL; Mackie PJ; Nash CA; Tight MR (2002) The UK's ten year transport plan: lessons for strategic planning, Traffic Engineering & Control, 43, pp.352-356.
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2002) Implementing marginal cost pricing of rail infrastructure - barriers and solutions, Trasporti Europei, pp.16-24.
  • Xie R; Chen H; Nash C (2002) Migration of railway freight transport from command economy to market economy: The case of China, Transport Reviews, 22, pp.159-177. doi: 10.1080/01441640110090973
  • Nash CA (2002) Regulatory reform in rail transport - the UK experience, Swedish Economic Policy Review, 9, pp.259-286.
  • Nash CA; Sansom T (2001) Pricing European transport systems: recent developments and evidence from case studies, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 35, pp.363-380.
  • Nash CA; Sansom T; Still BG (2001) Modifying transport prices to internalise externalities: evidence from European case studies, Regional Science & Urban Economics, 31, pp.413-431.
  • Preston JM; Whelan GA; Nash CA; Wardman MR (2000) The franchising of passenger rail services in Britain, International Review of Applied Economics, 14, pp.99-112.
  • Wu JH; Nash CA (2000) Railway reform in China, Transport Reviews, 20, pp.25-48.
  • Shires JD; Nash CA (2000) Ownership and organisation of public transport and infrastructure, Transport Reviews, .
  • Nash CA (1999) Desarrollo da la politica ferroviaria en la Union Europea in Economica del Transport, Papeles de Economia Espanola, pp.210-224.
  • Savignat MG; Nash CA (1999) The case for rail reform in Europe - evidence from studies of production characteristics of the rail industry, International Journal of Transport Economics, 26, pp.202-217.
  • Nash CA; Toner JP (1999) Competition in the railway industry, OECD Journal of Competition Law and Policy, 1, pp.197-227.
  • Bristow AL; Preston JM; Nash CA (1998) Investment planning and appraisal issues in the privatised railway - the British experience, Transport Reviews, 18, pp.353-362.
  • Nash CA (1997) The Benefits of Costing - Cost-Benefit Analysis is Unfashionable but is still needed, New Economy, pp.193-199.
  • Nash CA; Dodgson JS (1996) Competition and ownership in land passenger transport: the fourth international conference. Rail sector issues, Transport Reviews, 16, pp.277-299.
  • May AD; Nash CA (1996) Urban congestion: a European perspective on theory and practice, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 21, pp.239-260.
  • Nash CA (1995) How far can the market take us?, New Economy, pp.2-8.
  • Mackie PJ; Preston JM; Nash CA (1995) Bus Deregulation ten years on, Transport Reviews, 15, pp.229-251.
  • Tweddle G; Nash CA (1994) Barging in on the Freight debate, Surveyor, pp.12-14.
  • Nash CA; Preston JM (1994) Railway Performance - How Does Britain Compare?, Public Money and Management, 14, pp.47-53.
  • Nash CA (1993) British Bus Deregulation, The Economic Journal, 103, pp.1042-1049.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G (1992) Harmonizing heavy goods vehicle taxes in Europe: a British view, Transport Reviews, 12, pp.199-217. doi: 10.1080/01441649208716816
  • Nash CA (1992) Appraisal of Rail Projects, Project Appraisal, 7, pp.211-218.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G (1992) Harmonising Heavy Goods Vehcle Taxes in Europe: A British View, Transport Reviews, 12, pp.199-217.
  • Nash CA; Hopkinson PG (1992) Transport Appraisal - the loaded dice, Ecos, 13, pp.6-10.
  • Nash CA (1992) The Age of the Train?, The University of Leeds Review, 35, pp.187-198.
  • Nash CA (1991) The Case for High Speed Rail, Investigaciones Economicas, 15, pp.337-354.
  • Nash CA; Preston JM (1991) Appraisal of Rail Investment Projects - Recent British Experience, Transport Reviews, 11, pp.295-309.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G (1991) Investigating the Market for Inter-Modal Freight Technologies, Transportation Research. Part A: Policy & Practice, 25A, pp.161-172.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G (1990) The Attributes of Freight Transport Quality: What are They Worth?, Focus on Physical Distribution and Logistics Managment, 9, pp.8-12.
  • Leonard J; Nash CA; Leake GR (1989) A Decision Support System for a Developing Country Railway, Transportation Planning and Technology, 13, pp.149-174.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G; Whiteing AE (1987) Forecasting Freight Mode Choice in Great Britain, Focus on Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, 6, pp.20-28.
  • Nash CA (1985) Paying Subsidy to British Rail - How to Get Value for Money, Public Money, 5, pp.35-44.
  • Nash CA (1985) Competition on an Urban Bus Route - A Comment, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 19, pp.313-317.
  • Nash CA (1985) Policies Towards Suburban Rail Services in Britain and West Germany - A Comparison, Transport Reviews, 5, pp.269-282.
  • Fowkes AS; Mackie PJ; Nash CA; Whiteing AE (1985) Road Track Cost Allocation in Great Britain, Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological, 19B, pp.161-165. doi: 10.1016/0191-2615(85)90022-0
  • Nash CA (1985) Rail Policy and Performance in Australia, Transport Reviews, 5, pp.289-300.
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA; Mackie PJ (1985) Deregulating the Bus Industry - A Rejoinder, Transport Reviews, 5, pp.215-222.
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA; Mackie PJ (1985) Deregulating the Bus Industry: The Case Against, Transport Reviews, 5, pp.105-132.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Whiteing AE (1985) Understanding Trends in InterCity Rail Traffic in Great Britain, Transportation Planning and Technology, 10, pp.65-80. doi: 10.1080/03081068508717301
  • Nash CA (1984) British Rail after Serpell, Transportation and Economy, pp.29-38.
  • Palmer J; Gwilliam K; Nash CA (1984) Rail Transport Subsidy Policy in Great Britain, Rail International, 15, pp.23-32.
  • Nash CA (1984) Rail Policy in Britain - What Next?, Transportation, 12, pp.243-259.
  • Mackie PJ; Nash CA (1982) Efficiency and Performance Indicators: The Case of the Bus Industry, Public Money, 15, pp.41-44.
  • Nash CA (1982) A Reformation of the Theory of Congestion Pricing: A Comment, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, XVI, pp.295-299.
  • Nash CA (1982) A Rational Fare Structure for British Rail Commuters: A Comment, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, pp.95-100.
  • Nash CA (1981) Government Policy and Rail Transport in Western Europe, Transport Reviews, 1, pp.225-250.
  • Nash CA; Brown RH (1981) Cost Savings from One-Man Operation of Buses - A Rejoinder, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 15, pp.66-67.
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA; Prideaux J (1980) A Dissagregate Approach to European Railways, TransPort, pp.17-23.
  • Drew J; Nash CA (1980) Road/Rail Competition for Unitised Freight Traffic between Britain and Europe, International Journal of Transport Economics, 7, pp.75-93.
  • Nash CA (1980) The Track Cost Issue - A Comment, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 15, pp.113-116.
  • Nash CA (1978) Management Objectives in Bus Transport, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, pp.70-85.
  • Nash CA (1976) Replacement of Road Transport Vehicles, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, pp.1-17.
  • Nash CA; Pearce DW; Stanley JK (1975) An Evaluation of Cost-Benefit - Analysis Criteria, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, pp.121-134.
  • Nash CA; Pearce DW; Stanley JK (1975) Criteria for Evaluation of Project Evaluation Techniques, Journal of American Institute of Planners, .
  • Nash CA (1975) The Use of Economic Appraisal in Transportation Analysis, Omega: international journal of management science, 7, pp.441-450.
  • Nash CA (1974) The Treatment of Capital Costs of Vehicles in Evaluating Road Schemes, Transportation, 3, pp.225-242.
  • Pearce DW; Nash CA (1973) The Evaluation of Urban Motorway Schemes: A Case Study - Southampton, Urban Studies, 10, pp.129-143.
  • Nash CA (1973) Future Generations and the Social Rate of Discount, Environment and Planning A, 5, pp.611-617.
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA (1972) Evaluation of Urban Road Investments A Comment, Applied Economics, 10, pp.129-143.
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA (1972) Evaluation of Urban Road Investments A Comment, Applied Economics, 4, pp.307-315.
  • Brown RH; Nash CA (1972) Cost Savings from One-Man Operation of Buses, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, VI, pp.281-284.

Books

  • Nash C (2015) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Transport Economics and Policy, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2005) Measuring the marginal social costs of transport, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Nash CA; Wardman MR; Button K; Nijkamp P (2002) Railways. Classics in transport series, Edward Elgar.
  • Sansom T; Nash CA; Mackie PJ; Shires JD; Watkiss P (2001) Surface transport costs and charges Great Britain, DETR, pp.126p.
  • Lichfield N; Nash CA (1998) Evaluation in Planning. Facing the Challenge of Complexity, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
  • de Rus G; Nash CA (1997) Recent developments in Transport Economics, Ashgate.
  • O'Flaherty CA; Nash CA (1996) Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Arnold, London.
  • Oum TH; Nash CA; Preston J (1995) Transport Economics, Selected readings., Korea Research for the 21st Century.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA (1991) Analysing Demand for Rail Travel, Avebury.
  • Dodgson JS; Topham N; Nash CA (1988) Bus Deregulation and Privatisation: An International Perspective, Gower.
  • Nash CA (1982) The Economics of Public Transport, Longman.
  • Pearce DW; Nash CA (1981) The Social Appraisal of Projects - A Text in Cost-Benefit Analysis, MacMillan.
  • Pearce DW; Nash CA (1978) The Valuation of Social Cost, Allan and Unwin.
  • Hensher DA; Stanley JK; Nash CA (1977) Urban Transport Economics, Cambridge University Press.
  • Nash CA (1976) Public versus Private transport, Studies in Economics, Macmillan.

Book Chapters

  • Smith A; Wheat P; Wolanski M (2015) Public transport operations costs, Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Transport Economics and Policy, pp.38-70. doi: 10.4337/9780857937933.00009
  • Wheat P; Nash C; Smith A (2014) Economic performance assessment in railways, In: Hansen IA; Pachl J (Ed) Railway Timetabling & Operations Analysis, Modelling, Optimisation, Simulation, Performance Evaluation, DVV Media Group GmbH (Eurailpress), pp.295-305.
  • Nash CA (2011) Competition and Regulation in Rail Transport, In: de Palma A; Lindsey R; Quinet E; Vickerman R (Ed) A Handbook of Transport Economics, .
  • Nash CA (2011) Investment in Trans European Transport Networks, In: Vincenti CD (Ed) Fair, robust and sustainable. A recipe for Europe's growth., Italianieuropei, pp.76-87.
  • Nash C (2009) Die Privatisierung offentlicher Verkehrsvertriebe am Beispiel Grossbritanniens, In: Rodi M (Ed) Die Zukunft des offentilichen Personennahverkehrs., pp.179-192.
  • Nash CA; Laird J (2009) Cost-Benefit Analysis in Transport: Recent Developments in Rail Project Appraisal in Britain., In: Brent RJ (Ed) Handbook Of Research On Cost–Benefit Analysis, Edward Elgar, pp.110-142.
  • Nash CA (2008) Transport infrastructure pricing: a European perspective, In: Verhoef E; Bliemer M; Steg L; Wee BV (Ed) Pricing in Road Transport. A multidisciplinary perspective., Edward Elgar, Cheltenham., pp.293-311.
  • Niskanen EO; Nash CA (2008) Road Pricing in Europe - a review of research and practice, In: Jensen-Butler C (Ed) Road Pricing, the Economy and the Environment, Springer, pp.5-28.
  • Nash CA; Menaz B; Matthews B (2008) Inter-urban Road Goods Vehicle Pricing in Europe, In: Richardson H; Bae C-HC (Ed) Road Congestion and Pricing in Europe: Implications for the United States, Edward Elgar, pp.233-251.
  • Nash CA; Alexandersson G (2007) Workshop E: Institutional Configuration and Framework as a driver for system performance, In: Marcario R; Viegas J; Hensher D (Ed) Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport. Selected papers from the 9th international conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon September 2005., Elsevier Science, pp.751-757.
  • Laird JJ; Nash CA; Shepherd SP (2007) Cordon charges and the use of revenue - a case study of Edinburgh, In: Palma D; A; Lindsey; R; Proost; S (Ed) Investment and the use of tax and toll revenues in the transport sector, Research in transport Economics, 19, Elsevier Science, pp.161-187.
  • Nash CA; Rivera-Trujillo C (2007) Rail Reform in Europe: Issues and Research Needs, In: Rietveld P; Slough RR (Ed) Institutions and Sustainable Development/Regulatory Reform in Advanced Economies, Edward Elgar, pp.111-140.
  • Nash CA (2007) Reform of European Passenger Railways - where do we stand?, In: Marcario R; Viegas J; Hensher D (Ed) Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport. Selected papers from the 9th international conference (Thredbo 9), Lisbon September 2005 , Elsevier Science , pp.95-114.
  • Nash CA (2007) Infrastructure charging - theory and practice, In: Schaenzler E; CER JLA (Ed) Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies: Competition in Europe’s rail freight market, Eurail Press, Brussels, pp.37-49.
  • Nash CA; Smith ASJ (2007) Passenger Rail Franchising - British Experience, Competitive Tendering for Passenger Rail Services, OECD/ECMT, Paris , pp.7-34.
  • Nash CA; Smith ASJ (2007) Modelling Performance: Rail, In: Hensher DA; Button KJ (Ed) Handbook of Transport Modelling. Second Edition, Elsevier, pp.pp.1.
  • Nash CA (2006) Competencia y desregulacion del transporte ferroviario en Europa, In: Fino FRD (Ed) Regulacion Liberalizacion y Competencia, Madrid, Regulacion Liberalizacion y Competencia, Madrid, pp.55-73.
  • Merkert R; Nash CA (2006) The Restructuring of the Rail System in Britain - An assessment of recent developments, In: Booth P (Ed) The Railways, the Market and the Government, IEA, London., pp.1.
  • Nash CA (2006) Alternative models for restructuring, In: Gomez-Ibanez JA; Rus GD (Ed) Competition in the Railway Industry. An international comparative analysis, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp.25-48.
  • Nash CA; Walters J (2005) Rail Regulation and Control in Britain, In: Hensle D (Ed) Selected and refereed papers from the 8th International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, September 2003, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Nash CA (2005) Privatisation in Transport, In: Button KJ; Hensher DA (Ed) Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy and Institutions, Elsevier, pp.97-113.
  • van der Bossche M; Certan C; Veldman S; Nash CA; Matthews B (2005) Transferability, In: Nash C; Matthews B (Ed) Measuring the marginal social cost of transport, Elsevier and Amsterdam, pp.287-314.
  • Betancor O; Jimenez-Carmona MM; Marcario R; Nash CA (2005) Operating costs, In: Nash C; Matthews B (Ed) Measuring the marginal social costs of transport, Elsevier and Amsterdam, pp.85-124.
  • Nash CA; Smith ASJ; Matthews B (2005) Reforming Europe's Railways - Britain, In: Calthrop E; Ludewig J (Ed) Reforming Europe's Railways - An assessment of progress, Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), pp.57-79.
  • Adler N; Nash CA; Niskanen EO (2005) Modes de transport collectif: rail, air, eau, In: Palma AD; Quinet E (Ed) La Tarification des Transports , La Tarification des Transports , pp.319-344.
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2005) Policy Conclusions, In: Nash C; Matthews B (Ed) Measuring marginal Social costs of Transport, Elsevier and Amsterdam, pp.315-326.
  • Nash CA (2005) Workshop report theme B competition and regulation, In: Hensle D (Ed) Selected and refereed papers from the 8th International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, September 2003, Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2005) Transport Pricing Policy and the Research Agenda, In: Matthews CNAB (Ed) Measuring the marginal social costs of transport, Elsevier Amsterdam, pp.1-18.
  • Nash CA (2004) The Future of Rail in Europe, In: al DHE (Ed) Current developments in European integration, Leuven University Press,2004, pp.259-278.
  • Nash CA (2004) Competition in Railways: Alternative Models and the British Experience, In: Fritsch M (Ed) Marktdynamik und Innovation, Gedaechtnisschrift fuer Hans-Jurgen Ewers, Duncker and Humblot, Berlin., pp.209-220.
  • Nash CA (2004) What to do about the Railways, In: Robinson C (Ed) Successes and Failures in Regulating and Deregulating Utilities, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • Nash CA (2003) Rail reform in Britain and Germany, In: Sturm H; Velsen-Zerveck BV; Stueber E (Ed) Die Viefalt der Dienstleistungsoekonomik. Festschrift fuer Dieter Witt zum 60 Geburtstag, Deutscher Universitaets-Verlag, pp.171-187.
  • Nash CA (2003) Rail regulation and competition - developments since 1997, In: Hine J; Preston J (Ed) Integrated Futures and Transport Choices, Ashgate, pp.241-258.
  • Nash CA (2001) Equity versus efficiency in transport systems, In: Button KJ; Hensher DA (Ed) Handbook of transport systems and traffic control, Pergamon, pp.33-45.
  • Bowers JK; Nash CA (2001) Environment and Transport Policy, In: Sawyer M (Ed) The UK Economy: a Manual of Applied Economics, Oxford University Press, pp.240-260.
  • Nash CA (2000) Modelling performance - rail, In: Hensher DE (Ed) Handbook in Transport., Handbook in Transport..
  • Preston J; Nash CA; Starkie D; Lawton Smith H (2000) How effective is competition?, In: Preston; Smith JL; D HS (Ed) Integrated Transport Policy. Implications for Regulation of Competition, Ashgate, Alsershot, pp.123-128.
  • Nash CA; Lawton Smith H (2000) Privatisation and Deregulation in Railways - an assessment of the British approach, In: Bradshaw B; Lawton-Smith H (Ed) Privatisation - deregulation of transport, MacMillan Press Ltd, Basingstoke, pp.159-176.
  • Nash CA (2000) Transport and the environment, In: Helm D (Ed) Environmental Policy, Environmental Policy, pp.241-259.
  • Nash CA (1999) The integrated transport policy - an economic critique, In: ATKINSON GBJ (Ed) Developments in Economics. An Annual Review., 15, Causeway Press Ltd, pp.37-57.
  • Fowkes AS; May AD; Nash CA; Siu YL; Rees PH (1998) Forecasting road traffic growth: demographic change and alternative policy scenarios, In: Banister D (Ed) Transport policy and the environment, E & FN Spon, pp.38-49.
  • Fowkes AS; May AD; Nash CA; Siu Y; Rees P (1998) Forecasting Road Traffic Growth: demographic change and alternative policy scenarios, In: Banister D (Ed) Transport Policy and the Environment, E & F N Spon, London, pp.38-49.
  • Nash CA (1998) Developments in transport appraisal in Britain, In: Lichfield NEA (Ed) Evaluation in Planning. Facing the Challenge of Complexity, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht..
  • Hine J; Preston J; Nash CA (1997) Integrated Futures and Transport Choices. U K Transport Policy beyond the 1998 White paper and Transport Acts, In: Policy UKT (Ed) Integrated Futures & Transport Choices, Integrated Futures & Transport Choices.
  • Nash CA (1996) Freight transport planning - an introduction, In: O'Flaherty CA (Ed) Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Arnold, pp.214-221.
  • Nash CA (1996) Economic and environmental appraisal of transport improvement projects, In: O'Flaherty CA (Ed) Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Arnold, pp.80-102.
  • Nash CA (1996) Planning for public transport, In: O'Flaherty CA (Ed) Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering, Arnold, pp.201-213.
  • Nash CA (1996) An evaluation of national transport policy, In: Boulding P (Ed) Transport Policy, Practice and Privatisation, Proceedings, 16, Centre for the Study of Regulated Industries.
  • Nash CA (1993) Cost-benefit analysis of transport projects, In: Williams A; Giardina E (Ed) Efficiency in the Public Sector: the Theory and Practice of Cost-Benefit Analysis, Edward Elgar, Aldershot, pp.83-105.
  • Harrison A; Nash CA; Preston JM (1993) Franchising British Rail, In: Harrison AJ (Ed) From Hierarchy to Contract, Policy Journals, Newbury, pp.147-165.
  • Whitelegg J; Hulten T; Flink T; Nash CA (1993) British Rail's tale of two trains, In: Whitelegg J; Hulten T; Flink T (Ed) High Speed Trains. Fast Tracks to the Future, Leading Edge, Hawes, pp.78-88.
  • Bonsall PW; Wardman MR; Nash CA; Hopkinson PG (1992) Development of a survey instrument to measure subjective valuations: Approaches to the estimation of non-use benefits of local public transport services, In: Ampt E; Meyburg A; Richardson A (Ed) Selected Readings in Transport Survey Methodology , Eucalyptus Press, Sydney , pp.78-87.
  • Nash CA; Bowers JK (1988) Alternative Approaches to the Valuation of Environmental Resources, In: Turner RK (Ed) Sustainable Environmental Management: Principles and Practice, Frances Pinter, pp.118-142.
  • Nash C (1985) European Railway Comparisons- What Can We Learn?, In: Button KJ; Pitfield DE (Ed) International Railway Economics: Studies in Management and Efficiency, Gower, pp.237-269.
  • Nash CA; Preston J (1983) The Policy Debate in Great Britain, In: 90 ERT (Ed) Privatisation of Railways, ECMT, Paris, pp.81-107.

Reports

  • Nash C; Abrantes P; Wheat P; Smith A (In press) Rail Access Charges and On-Track Competition, .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2009) European Transport Policy - Progress and Prospects, .
  • Wheat P; Smith A; Nash C (2009) CATRIN (Cost Allocation of TRansport INfrastructure cost), Deliverable 8 - Rail Cost Allocation for Europe, .
  • Wheat P; Nash C (2006) Policy Effectiveness of Rail: EU policy and its impact on the rail system, .
  • Wardman MR; Mackie PJ; Nash CA (2005) The ESRC Transport Studies Unit Research Centre: Evaluation of the 1999-2004 Funding Period, .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B; Shires JD (2004) The EU Transport Policy White Paper: An assessment of progress, .
  • Matthews B; Nash CA (2004) Implementing Pricing Reform in Transport, .
  • Nash CA (2001) Fair and efficient pricing in transport - policy and research, .
  • Nash CA; Hopkinson PG; Tweddle G; Preston JM (1991) Evaluation of Road and Rail Projects: New Issues and New Developments, .
  • Hopkinson PG; Bowers JK; Nash CA (1990) The Treatment of Nature Conservation in the Appraisal of Trunk Roads, .
  • Gwilliam K; Nash CA; Mason K; Prideaux J; Wicks P; Jacques P; Gunton F (1979) A Comparative Study of European Railways, .

Conference Papers

Conference Presentations

  • Nash CA (2011) European transport policy and sustainability - the role of rail, 70th anniversary conference of the Japan Society of Transport Economics .
  • Nash CA (2010) Enhancing the cost-benefit analysis of high speed rail, Symposium on the environmental and other co-benefits of developing a high speed rail network .
  • Nash CA (2010) Competition and the provision of high speed rail services, UIC Symposium on high speed rail .
  • Laird JJ; Geurs K; Nash CA (2007) Option and non-use values and rail appraisal, European Transport Conference 2007 .
  • Nash CA (2007) Alternative approaches to railway reform - European experience, Thredbo 10 Australia .
  • Nash CA (2006) Rail infrastructure charges in Europe - principles and practice, Networks for Mobility, 2006 .
  • Nash CA (2006) European Rail policy on Infrastructure Charges, Public Private Partnership Convention, Indian Rail, 2006 .
  • Nash CA (2006) Examining Efficient Pricing Of Rail Infrastructure, Transfin 2006 .
  • Johnson DH; Nash CA (2005) Charging for Scarce Capacity: A Case Study of Britain's East Coast Main Line, Third Rail Conference on Railroad Industry Structure, Competition and Investment .
  • Matthews B; Nash CA; Thompson L (2005) Railway reform and charges for the use of infrastructure, European Conference of Ministers of Transport, OECD, Paris .
  • Whelan GA; Toner JP; Wardman MR; Nash CA; Batley RP (2005) Optimal Fares Regulation for Britain’s Railways, European Transport Conference, AET 2005 .
  • Wardman MR; Nash CA; Shires JD; Johnson DH; Lythgoe WL; Tyler J (2004) Appraising the Benefits of Regular Train Timetables, 10th World Conference on Transport Research, Istanbul, 4-8 July 2004 .
  • Nash CA; Menaz B; Matthews B (2004) Charges for heavy goods vehicles: EU policy and key national developments, 2nd International Symposium, 'Networks for Mobility' .
  • Johnson DH; Shires JD; Nash CA; Tyler J (2004) Forecasting and Appraising the Impact of a Regular Interval Timetable, European Transport Conference .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B; Menaz B (2004) Lessons from Economic Theory - Summary of key conclusions of the Imprint-Europe project, Workshop on rail and road infrastructure charging, March 31-1 April, 2004 Maribor, Slovenia .
  • Matthews B; Nash CA (2004) Implementing European Transport Pricing Policy: recommendations for research and policy, 10th World Conference on Transport Research, Istanbul .
  • Nash CA; Walters J (2003) Competition and Regulation, Thredbo 8, 2003 .
  • Nash CA (2002) Why Reform Transport Pricing?, TRB International Symposium on Road Pricing, 2003, Miami .
  • Nash CA; Wardman MR (2001) Boosting Customer Demand for Rail Services and Demand Forecasting, Conference on Commercial Strategies for Maximising Passenger Revenue, London, October 23-24 2001 .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B; Whelan GA (2001) Rail infrastructure charging in Europe - principles and practice, World Conference on Transport, Seoul, Korea .
  • Matthews B; Bristow AL; Nash CA (2001) Competitive tendering and deregulation - a comparison of bus markets in London and the British Metropolitan areas, Seventh Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Molde .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B (2001) Why reform transport prices?, First IMPRINT-EUROPE seminar, Brussels .
  • Nash CA; Matthews B; Granero Gomez P; Marler NW (2001) Design of new financing schemes for urban public transport, THREDBO7, Molde, Norway .
  • Nash CA; Shires JD (2000) Benchmarking of European railways - an assessment of current data and recommended indicators, Transport Benchmarking. Methodologies, Applications and Data Needs. OECD, Paris pp.119-136.
  • Whelan GA; Preston JM; Wardman MR; Nash CA (1999) The privatisation of passenger rail services in Great Britain: an evaluation of competition for the market and competition in the market, Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport Research 4, pp.583-596.
  • Nash CA; Toner JP; Beaumont HC; Jansson JO; Lindberg G (1999) Towards fair and efficient pricing in transport - issues and prospects, Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport Research 2, pp.293-304.
  • Nash CA (1999) Developments in rail policy in the European Union, presented at the 6th International Conference on Ownership and Competition in Land Passenger Transport, Cape Town, South Africa .
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; Tweddle G (1999) Prospects for inter-modal freight transport - the case of the Channel Tunnel, Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport Research 1, pp.477-490.
  • Beaumont HC; Dunkerley C; Nash CA; Sansom T (1998) Optimal pricing of inter-urban transport: cross Channel case study, Proceedings 26th European Transport Forum, held at Loughborough University, September. London, PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd. Seminar A, Pan European Transport Issues pp.33-42.
  • Nash CA (1998) Passenger rail today: a European perspective, National Conference of Critical Issues for the Future of Intercity Passenger Rail. No 484, pp.17-23.
  • Preston JM; Nash CA (1997) From down under to oop North: the past, present and future of the International Conferences on competition and ownership in land passenger transport, Paper presented at Fifth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, held in Leeds, UK, May .
  • Nash CA (1997) Rail privatisation in Great Britain, Paper presented at Fifth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport, Leeds, UK .
  • Bristow AL; Nash CA; Preston JM (1997) Appraisal issues in the privatised railway, Paper presented at Fifth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport UK .
  • Nash CA (1997) The separation of operations from infrastructure in the provision of railway services, European Conference of Ministers of Transport Round Table 103, Paris 1997 .
  • Boulding P; Nash CA (1996) An Evaluation of National Transport Policy, Transport Policy, Practice and Privatisation. Proceedings 16 .
  • Nash CA (1996) Integrating transport networks, Transport: New Problems, New Solutions. Proceedings 13th International Symposium on Theory and Practice in Transport Economics. pp.369-393.
  • Fowkes AS; Nash CA; May AD; Rees PH; Siu YL (1996) Influencing the extent of motorised traffic in Great Britain in 2006, Proceedings European Transport Forum, held at Brunel University, September , PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd, London, Seminar B, Transport Policy and its Implementation P402, .
  • Gillie A; Nash CA (1995) The Big Spenders. A Review of the Government's Departmental Reports and Major Spending Programmes, Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy pp.73-78.
  • Nash CA (1995) Integrating Transport Networks. Transport: New Problems, New Solutions, Theory and Practice in Transport Econmics, Luxembourg .
  • Oum TH; Nash CA (1995) British Rail Privatisation - the Experience so far and its implications, Latest Development in Transpotr Economics and their Policy Implications, Korea Transport Institute .
  • Nash CA (1992) Relaunching the Railways: The Future of Rail in International Transport, Advanced Studies on Transport Organisation in the European Integration, Trieste .
  • Bristow AL; Mackie PJ; Nash CA (1992) Evaluation Criteria in the Allocation of Subsidies to Bus Operations , Seminar C, 20th PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, University of Manchester .
  • Nash CA (1992) Funding UK Transport Infrastructure, 6th World Conference on Transport Research, Lyon .
  • Nash CA (1992) Assessing the performance of European Railways, 6th World Conference on Transport Research .
  • Hopkinson PG; Nash CA; Wardman MR (1990) Prospects of Valuing the Environmental Effects of Road Transport in Monetary Terms, Planning and Transportation Research and Computation, Summer Annual Meeting .
  • Hill EC; Nash CA; Rickard JM; Ling D (1989) Beyond the Millennium: Public Transport and Demographic Time Bomb, Planning and Transportation Research Committee, Summer Annual Meeting .
  • Nash CA (1988) Forecasting Demand for High Speed Rail: British Experience, European Conference on High Speed Railways .
  • Marks P; Fowkes AS; Nash CA (1986) Valuing Long Distance Business Travel Savings for Evaluation - A Methodological Review and Application, Planning and Transportation Research and Computation Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar M pp.87-98.
  • Nash CA (1980) Government Policy and Railway Performance: Some European Experiences, Planning and Transportation Research and Computation Summer Annual Meeting .
  • Hartley TM; Nash CA (1979) The Impact of Methods of Finance on Decision - Taking in Rail Transport, Planning and Transportation Research and Computation Summer Annual Meeting, Seminar L .

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